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22-06-2016 19:44 #81
22-06-2016 19:55 #82Senior Member
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now I want Tim Tams. I don't have Tim Tams and I have no way of getting them
22-06-2016 19:55 #83Senior Member
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22-06-2016 20:21 #84
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22-06-2016 21:05 #85
I think a lot of the difficulty for me is that we have very different styles of reacting to these kinds of situations. ok very fiery and instantly want to go in all guns blazing. he's not like that at all and I get frustrated at his style which I perceive as too passive and I interpret this as not doing enough or not getting passionate about things.
he keeps saying how much I'm supporting him which is good but I feel like if I can't motivate him to feel more empowered then I'm failing.
the sh!tty thing is I've been in this exact same situation in a previous job so I know exactly how paralyzing it can be.
argh so frustrating!! I just hope he finds something better soon before this all wears down on him too much. I need a functioning husband, not someone who is depressed and anxious!
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23-06-2016 08:49 #86
I am intrigued. Dyson have released a hair dryer... No idea why I currently have an appliance obsession!
23-06-2016 08:56 #87
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23-06-2016 09:00 #88
23-06-2016 09:06 #89
She compared it to the Parlux (one of the current top of the range dryers, less than half the price).
What I took from it - it's more ergonomic because the motor is in the handle, unlike current hairdryers, so a more comfortable and less heavy hold. It constantly monitors the temperature (20 times a second) so that it stays consistent, which means it's less damaging on your hair. It had a slightly faster dry time and her hair looked smoother, less fuzzy than the Parlux.
She did say that it is really good, but you're definitely paying for the brand, sleek look and exclusivity of it (so pretty much gimmick value, as Sonja said).
23-06-2016 09:08 #90
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